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. they are antiinterventionist, antigoing into these unnecessary wars like iraq and afghanistan and libya. they are all fed up with that. they don't want to fight in ukraine. they don't want to fight in crimea. you saw last summer when obama was going to attack syria, air and missile strikes because of their chemical weapons, the american people rose up as one to stop it cold and they did. the elites john in washington, d.c. of both partys are deeply interventionist, but the american people are antiwar and antiinterventionists, but not isolationists. >> i don't know if you consider obama administration as the elites. he kept us out of wars. i totally agree with that. but after two wars that the american people perceive we lost and an economy that was tanked and pouring money into iraq which is now plunged back into civil war and into afghanistan, which may be better, but it's not a trillion dollars better and these young men and women coming home and no jobs for them, can you blame the american people for saying let's pay attention to home here for a while? >> let mort in. >> i think if you try to take the te
. remember iraq? u rememberem -- yo libya? there are different believes. between the eu and the u.s., we have managed to keep things together. athink we would be offering victory on the silver platter to president putin if he allowed us within the eu or within the transit atlantic to be divided over a certain response. and i onlyte frankly mean that half seriously we can say that maybe, inc. you, president putin -- thank you, president putin, that there is a need to have a vibrant and active nato. somewhere beginning to think that maybe we do not need this organization that much anymore. you for mining as it is a good idea to look at have to diversify our energy sources. thank you, mr. president, for an essentialit is objective for the european union to speak with one voice and not only when things are calm, but particularly at times of a crisis. i was hoping we would not need this, but i still think it is very useful. of wake-up call is a? -- is it?hagel do you think there'll be any change in that dynamic? well, when i look at the situation, the wake up call should be while we were pursuing
about the attack on the u.s. consulate that killed america's ambassador to libya and three others. issa wants kerry to appear before the committee at a public hearing on may 21st. >>> coming up, first we got good news on health care sign-ups. now good news on jobs. even republicans are having a hard time pouring cold water on all the data goodness. then melissa harris perry joins me to talk about the horrific story of nearly 300 kidnapped nigerian school girls. ♪ with diabetes, it's tough to keep life balanced. i don't always have time to eat like i should. and the more i focus on everything else, the less time i have to take care of me. that's why i like glucerna shakes. they have slowly digestible carbs to help minimize blood sugar spikes. glucerna products help me keep everythibalanced. (crash) ugh! i'm good. well, almost everything. [male announcer] glucerna. delicious shakes and bars... it's eb. want to give your family the very best in taste, freshness, and nutrition? it's eb. eggland's best. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. the annual company retreat. planned, as us
guy. nobody disagrees with that. when we talk about libya, north africa, the arab spring, the popular rueful, the people wanted the dictator out -- however much we disagreed with them, he was duly elected. let ukrainian sandal that. syntel because he turned back to russia and away from the european union, we have to get back to what what makes our country strong. it just does not fly when we say that we really need to punish russia for doing something that we would probably do if it happened to us. host: those are presidential elections set for the ukraine on the 25th of may. there is the territorial phot on the 11th of may. on the 11th of may. alberta is in jacksonville, florida. make sure you mute your television or radio and go ahead. put you on hold and we will come back to you. also in jacksonville, philip. philip in jacksonville. we lost you. let's go back to alberta. i think you're getting a little confused. we will move onto to nancy in lagrange, georgia. caller: i hope i am still a democrat. i don't think the sanctions are effective. i heard on msnbc that mr. putin signed a c
the president was doing september 11, 2012, when for americans died in libya when it was being attacked. these e-mails as you know by now from our reporting also deal with exactly who was writing what the american public would be told about that response, so on and so forth. we fully expect somebody in the crowd might ask the president about this. this would be the first time he would speak since these e-mails came to light. you heard the president talking about ukraine, the other big news between ukraine and russia is a victim shooting down helicopters. the big news writes now, the select committee. >> that came out while president obama was speaking. john boehner pleadings would call for a vote to investigate benghazi. that is what a lot of republicans have been saying all along. if those reporters have their blackberries on them, i am sure those are more astute reporters to answer questions for president obama, now that we have a select committee, no more reductions. martha: you have not settled on a chairperson for that committee. they di do not know the size ofe committee but this is going
to ziprecruiter.com/offer5. >>> political fallout from the attack on the 2012 attack in benghazi, libya. >> the subpoena has been issued to john kerry. darrell issa is calling on the secretary to testify on may 21st about the state department quote failing to meet its legal obligation to provide documents related to the attack. in a letter, issa writes quote compliance for the subpoena for documents is not a game. >>> now to the search for flight 370. just hours ago, we learned malaysia is considering sending a ship to the bay of bengal. >> authorities have repeatedly dismissed claims by this australian company that it might have discovered the plane's wreckage, but during a news conference, officials were grilled about the bay of bengal theory and the report of the plane's disappearance. will ripley has the details. >> reporter: the first time officials are answering tough questions about the report that shows hours were lost with confusion and delays after flight 370 disappeared. they're also dismissing reports of possible wreckage thousands of miles from western australia. new this m
, germans and americans, to be split in the management of crises. remember iraq. remember libya. i believe so far we can actually be quite proud that even though there are different views here and there, both within the eu and between the eu and the u.s., we have managed to keep things together. i believe we would be offering a victory on a silver platter to president putin if he allowed us, within the eu or in the trans-atlantic community, to be divided about our response. and and i think that, quite frankly, i mean that only half seriously, we can say, maybe we should say, thank you, mr. president, putin for reminding us that there is a need to have a vibrant and active nato. some people in europe, and msha some people in this country were beginning to think that maybe after afghanistan we don't need this organization that much anymore. thank you, mr. president for reminding us that it is a good idea for europe to look at how best to diversify our energy sources. and thank you, mr. president are also reminding us that it is a totally essential objective for the european union to speak wi
the health care act. the situation in libya was a tinderbox. those brave people who volunteer to work for our safety and our security understood this. it is not the same thing as i'm not a crook. it is not the same thing as aluminum tubes and mushroom clouds. this is always a risk area when people go into a country to try to make peace or solve problems in a dysfunctional government and people are rebelling. yes, that film did have something do with it and there was coverage of it. it was two weeks in the new york times and the washington post that showed that it was already a very dangerous situation and this horrific, and moronic film that came out that degraded their god and their religion was all it took for them -- from situation to explode. i think it is time for us to move on and stop with the distractions and all of the division because that is what this party always does. they point the finger at the women, fear the enemy. upon the finger at the minority, they're are the enemy. they want to divide us. we have to start thinking for ourselves and realize that if we don't come together
in a number of countries, in libya for example. some steps in different ways could be taken with respect to syria. nobody takes into account what happens in libya now. it's what was done and it's finished. what's necessary is to have the firmness and determination to act. why is this determination not there? there are sanctions, but nothing much is happening here. people die, people leave their country, there is no remedy for them. this is a humanitarian drama. chemical weapons, yes, but it is the delay tactics. i'm not fooled by the chemical weapons issue. 2000 people die as a result of a chemical weapons attack? that's considered a crime. on the other hand you have almost 200,000 people who have been killed by conventional weapons and that's totally different. if the result of a crime is death, then it is a crime. i'm not saying i disagree with chemical weapons. of course we need to do something against them, but why don't we act against conventional weapons? barrel bombs, chemical weapons, artillery, they are all used to kill people and they are considered almost nonexistent. where di
to the national assembly in the call center to be drafted this edition. gunmen stormed libya's parliament tuesday and started shooting forcing lawmakers to abandon their vote on the country's next prime minister. a spokesman for the promising several people had been wounded. he accuses the government of being loyal to one of the defeated candidates for prime minister. in syria twenty four hours after pres assad announced his candidacy for the jupiter presidential election a car bomb. rocking in a lake district of the city of homes that in a rocket attack killing forty five in damascus at least fourteen killed a rebel rocket hitting according to state media. meanwhile the international chemical weapons we watched all the agency announcing that it is sending a team to syria to investigate the opposition's recent allegations of chlorine gas use by government forces. after being summoned last week by the us president in seoul north korea conducting live fire artillery drills nearest disputed western sea boundary with this out. it's a possible indications the observance of rising frustration tongan as
. reich gone there speaking to us from moscow we go to libya now where the parliament building bears had to abandon a vote on the next head of government after gunmen stormed parliament. at the time lawmakers are holding a final vote to replace the prime minister who resigned earlier this month. department spokesman said the gunmen were linked to one of the defeated candidates and several people had been wounded in the attack. the turkish prime minister assured everyone says he'll be asking the us to expedite the muslim cleric accused of trying to topple the turkish government cotillard today and has been living in the us state of pennsylvania for the past fourteen years. he leaves an islamic movement that no one says the strike organize a parallel state within turkey there once as good an orchestrated police raids in december which dozens of the prime minister's allies were detained on bribery charges. the german presidency awesome gals criticism of turkey's violent crackdown on protesters the censoring of social media has been sharply attacked by the country's prime minister but a tire
of countries. in libya, for example, steps were taken. some steps in different ways could be taken with respect to syria. phone takes into account what happened in vietnam, who did what, where it was finished and it's done. what's necessary is to have the determination to act. why is it determination not there? there are sanctions imposed in many other areas but nothing much is happening here. when people die, people leave their country, and there's no remedy for them, and this is a hue -- humanitarian drama. chemical weapons. i'm not fooled by the chemical weapons issue. 2,000 people die as a result of a chemical weapons attack, that is considered a crime. then, on the other hand, you have almost 200,000 people who have been killed by conventional weapons and that you totally disregard. if the result of a crime is death, then that crime is a crime. i'm not saying i defend chemical weapons. of course, we have to do something against chemical weapon, but why don't we act against conventional weapons? tanks, artillery are used to kill people and they are considered almost nonexistent. where do th
. currently, oil has to geopolitical factors. one is libya and the others russia. we could see from yesterday's news where the new sanctions came in, that it did not affect the prices as much because the oil companies new it was there in the oil price. libya took away that premium from oil prices. libya is still playing a major part in oil prices. as far as russia is concerned, until we see sanctions being put on the oil companies, we are unlikely to see oil prices 110.ng beyond withstand it if it does occur? standcontinue to take the that russia is too big a player to have a similar set of sanctions that were imposed in a country like iran. it is one of the largest producers of oil and natural gas liquids coming to around 11 million barrels a day. the sanction on russia will definitely have a big impact, even though we are in an oversupplied market situation from other parts of the world. there would be a lot of disruption in the northwest african region that can really affect the supply immediately. >> the battle foralstom intensifies. who will win this tug-of-war? we will discuss that. >>
commands attention when it's crisis management. a street revolt breaks out in egypt or libya or kiev and everyone asks, how should the president respond? these are important parts of america's role in the world, but they are essentially reactive and tactical. the broader challenge to lay down a longer term strategy that e endures after the crisis of the moment. the obama administration has tried to do that with asia's strategy, but progress has been halting and incomplete. so for all its problems, the real threat to a serious asia strategy comes not from the administration but from congress and maybe the american public. in fact, the difficulties in the execution of the asian pivot raised the broader question, can america have a grand strategy today? obama's basic approach is wise and in many ways a continuation of u.s. foreign policy since bill clinton's presidency, including george w. bush. on the diplomatic front, it has two elements -- deterrence and engagement. all countries in asia as well as the united states seek deeper relations with chine into and want to make sure that cou
of spring and overthrow the gadhafi regime in libya according to official data more than twenty thousand illegal immigrants arrive in italy from north africa and the middle east is the beginning of the year another four crew members of the seawall sunken ferry tuesday has been into marine mechanics were detained at present entire staff of the ship including the captain is under arrest according to the mature is of the case the captain was on the first two left the vessel therefore he may be sentenced to life imprisonment in addition passengers complained that the crew members did nothing for the salvation of the people during the crash it will encourage people going to remain in the places the seawall passenger ferry sank a heap of sixteen off the coast of south korea the death toll reached one hundred and eighty seven another one hundred and fifteen people are missing according to investigators the negligence of the crew and the vessel overload what's the main reasons for the disaster. the second congress of political experts of kazakhstan was held in austin on experts discussed the str
that tie their hands and got them killed. he has lost libya by conducting a unilateral, unauthorized and illegal aggression against an american ally, murdering its leader and turning its streets other to mobs of terrorists -- over to mobs of terrorists. in the course of these betrayals, obama has violated every single principle he invoked as a senator to justify his subversive attacks on george bush's war in iraq. .. >> obama support for the brotherhood has not only crossover toy egyptian allies, but open the door for imperial russia will to replace it is the great power influences the region. on top of these betrayals, obama has systematically appeased america's most deadly enemy in the region, the terrorist regime in iran. and particularly conspired to ensure that those have sworn to wipe america and israel from the earth to acquire nuclear weapons. while giving aid and comfort, obama has turned his back on the only democracy in the middle east, and america's most faithful and important allies. he has thrown enormous weight behind those whose goal has been stated to old obliterate
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